Clairvoyant girl from Dumaguete ‘foresees’ tragic accident that killed 5 students


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On Friday morning, March 1, a V-hire (van for hire) collided with a cargo truck at the highway of Barangay Mayabon in Zamboanguita, Negros Oriental. This resulted in the death of 5 students and one adult passenger.
Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident

But it seems that a clairvoyant girl from Dumaguete had ‘foreseen’ the tragic accident just a week before – and people are now more in awe of her supposed ‘powers’.

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident
Photo credit: Zamboanguita Municipal Police Station

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena of Dumaguete City, also in Negros Oriental, went viral in February after she was featured on Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho. This young lady could ‘see’ some parts of the future and has predicted quite a number of events with some degree of accuracy; though not everyone really takes her seriously.

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident
Photo credit: Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena / Facebook

On February 22, Rasha shared a warning on Facebook group Rasha&GaryOmar Namaste Healing&Guidance addressed to a group having a field trip or traveling in a white van to not proceed because she had foreseen that there will be an accident.

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident
Photo credit: Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena / Facebook

Of course, with most V-hires being white, a lot of people didn’t really believe her at all. Plus, if they followed her, that would mean no trips at all in the entire Philippines in the next few days, huh?

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident
Photo credit: Zamboanguita Municipal Police Station

Rasha also shared the same message to a group of students from La Salle University Ozamis as she had a feeling that students were going to be involved in a tragedy. Thankfully, the group from that school arrived from their field trip safe and sound.

“Napaniginipan ko ito last Thursday, Feb 21

Nakasaad sa panaginip ko

Galing ang group sa isang paaralan kase kita ko pa my Philippine flag doon sa paaralan nla, na nag paplano ma mag fieldtrip papuntang probinsya ...okay naman yung pagka alis nila pero nong papalit na sa daanan don na nangyare ang disgrasya, para nga din ako nakasakay nun sa back seat ng van, saka on ko pa ang air-con ng van kase mainit saka sinsabihan ko pa cla na wag nalang kayu umalis o ipagliban muna pero ni isa sa kanila hndi nila ako nakikita o napapansin man lang 😭" so wala ako magawa pagkagising ko pa nga sobrang sakit ng katawan ko na para ako binugbog.. Daming pagod para akong nag aastral sa future.”

Early in the morning on March 1, news broke out about a V-hire that lost control in the slippery road at Mayabon, Zamboanguita just three towns to the south from Dumaguete. The van had hit a cargo truck which had stopped after the driver saw the van careening towards it from several meters away.

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident
Photo credit: Zamboanguita Municipal Police Station

But the van driver had already lost control of the vehicle and its body slammed sideways on the truck. The victims were rushed to hospitals in Dumaguete City, but the damage was too much for their young bodies to take. Five of the students perished along with an adult passenger.

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident
Photo credit: Zamboanguita Municipal Police Station

It broke many hearts to hear the news that the van involved in the accident was carrying a group of 10 students who had just come home after attending a dance competition in Cebu. Sadly, five of the students perished in the accident – and the rest were traumatized.

Rasha Mae Sarne-Baena foresees tragic accident
Photo credit: Zamboanguita Municipal Police Station

While Rasha didn’t get the date right as she said the accident will happen on February 22, many of her followers believed she had ‘foreseen’ this one, especially because it did involve students on a trip and traveling in a white van…

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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